Club Cactus Paradise
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Babysitting service
- Swimming pool
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... open for a couple of years and that before one had to go through the centre on a very old and inefficient road network.
We wanted to visit Ephesus which is near Selšuk, an attractive, small town about 6kilometres from the sea.
We found Camp Dereli on Pamucak Beach – a 12 kiliometre long sandy beach. On approach across the flood plain it didn’t look exciting however the campsite is right on the ...
... but since I have written a lot about them - I think I am going to skip their stories. But one fun part was just learning to say their names - Marielyn, Marienne and Katherine - because they said them in a french accent that made normal names sound exotic. This has been a bad entry, I am sure. I am sleep deprived since I drank last night and the night before that. Plus, I am typing this from the Izmir airport, and the flight is delayed. That is ...
... the Temple was destroyed or damaged in a raid by the Goths. It may have been rebuilt or repaired but this is uncertain, as its later history is not clear. Emperor Constantine I rebuilt much of the city and erected new ...
... car park, heaving with tour parties, and we bump straight into our new friends. They're climbing into a shuttle-taxi to take them to the other end of the site so that they can walk back to their hire car. Ross is in command-mode, explaining that the shuttle is free... providing we agree to visit the national school of carpet-weaving for a talk on the way... 'you in?'... he says. We are. The school of weaving proves truly fascinating and Hilli (especially) enjoys ...
... Councils. We then visited the grotto of the Seven Sleepers and the Virgin Mary House (Chapel). A short drive took us to Kusadasi which is a major cruise ship terminal on the Aegean Sea. Back to the hotel and a walk part way into town where we had the opportunity to have a fresh doughnut cooked at a bakery located on the sidewalk. We returned to the ceramics shop close to our hotel. The lady in the picture with Zelma does the painting ...